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Last week I had the pleasure of Co-Directing the "Leveraging Neuroscience to Power Organizational and Individual Performance," a program delivered by The Columbia Business School's Executive Education Division. This was our 5th conduct of the program since the launch over 2 years ago in 2016!

The timing was perfect as this week, I'll be laser-focused on materials development to leverage insights that emerged from the Columbia Coaching Certification Program 2.0 Redesign Team. Specifically, while listening to "expert" presentations from Columbia University Professors, I was able to make connecting to professional coaching related to:

  • Emotional Health via Professor Ochsner's excellent talk;
  • Brain-Based Stress Management Strategies during Professor Akinda's practical session;
  • Connecting the influence of fixed and growth mindsets to coaching as Professor Grant-Halvorson's amazing session;
  • Linking values and coaching as Dr. Yoshie Tomozumi shared insights from recent research; and
  • Hearing Professor Higgins outline two core motivational systems that drive performance: (1) Prevention and Promotion | (2) Locomotion and Assessment.

I'm fortunate to work in a place where knowledge generation and ongoing learning is part of Columbia University's DNA.


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